Android Gingerbread Reliance 3G Tablet Released in India
Phones Review Quickie: For those over in India there’s a new Android based tablet entering the Indian tablet space called the Reliance 3G tablet, a 7-inch slate that offers the user the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system with 3G connectivity and at an aggressive price point.
According to an article over on News Tonight, the newly launched Reliance 3G tablet is being rolled out in the nations capital, Mumbai and Kolkata and the Android slate will be available in Reliance Mobile and Reliance World stores.
The president of Reliance Communications, Mr. Mahesh Prasad says, “We believe the unmet demand of a fully-loaded tablet at an aggressive price point will now fuel the aspirations of the evolved customers.”
According to Gadgetizor, the Reliance 3G Tablet offers the user a 7-inch touch screen, Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, a 1GHz processor, a 2 megapixel camera and a front facing VGA camera, built-in 3G and GPS, 512MB RAM, microSD expansion up to 32GB and weighs in at 389 grams.
Price wise the Reliance 3G tablet commands a price tag of some Rs. 12,999, which apparently makes the slate one of the cheapest available in India and comes with the option of three Reliance 3G plan discounts.
Said 3G discounts are 1GB data a month for 12 months at Rs. 4500, 2GB data a month for 12 months at Rs. 5500, and 3GB data per month for 12 months at Rs. 7000, and all plans are prepay.
So there you have it yet another Android tablet making its way in India, although there is no word on whether the Reliance 3G tablet will eventually be updated to the tablet specific OS Android Honeycomb.